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2 against george mason. linn will dominate in the acc. hornets take advantage. del state up early. a lovely drive for two. the game tied. howard, a good idea. there is the mismatch of which i spoke. terps with a six-point lead. here is the play of the game. howard finds wells. yes! the 12,000 gasping as he took flight. charles mitchell had 19 points and 14 rebounds. he has not had more than six points in the last three games. everyone involved. in nice pass. the terps tied their third longest winning streak. 39-50 is the final. north carolina at home. the first half. jone
of caves and tunnels is known as solomon's quarry. king solomon is the founding father of the free masons. >> reporter: the reminder of solomon, his temple and his construction, seems to seep from these walls. tears of the king. >> the tears of the king. >> reporter: why is he crying? >> well, this was the end of the first temple period. >> reporter: it was under zedekiah rule that jerusalem fell to the babylonians. the temple was destroyed. and the ark of the covenant went missing from both history and the pages of the bible. >> the last time anybody really sees it, according to the biblical tradition. >> reporter: many believe these underground tunnels were used to secretly transport the ark out of jerusalem. and when the babylonian troops took inventory of the treasures they had plundered, something was missing. >> there are other stories that maybe someone spirited the ark out of the city, just ahead of the destruction. >> reporter: are people trying to be detectives and try to uncover something? >> well, some people prefer to leave it as it is. and some people i know, still look -- w
. they are two of four aspects to attack a man named john mason at howard and lombard street last month. he separate trees cofactors and was left in a medically induced coma -- he suffered fractures and was left in a medically induced coma. we're joined now live with details. >> the crowne plaza hotel in timonium have the perfect type of venue to host a big new year's eve party but police say soon after the ball drop, trouble started. three calls for help -- a fight, stabbing and drug overdose. they toasted the new year's eve party, and-of the brainchild of several local party promoters. >> that you can get drunk in do not have to worry about driving home. they did a good job with putting it together. >> party gore described a good time it into the atrium, packed with 1,000 -- party goers described a good time in the atrium, packed with 10,000 people. police responded to a 911 call about a fight. less than 10 minutes later, someone else called paramedics about a drug overdose. an hour later, police say a man was stabbed. investigators are not sure of the incidents are connected or if it all
rated prime time news program in the country and miss mason is obviously woefully uninformed, is this woman-- >> i have to take the factor and-- look, here is the thing, bill, the honest short answer is, i don't have a clue as to what she's talking about. howie kirtz raised a legitimate point when he talked about people who are motor commenttators on shows like this and political activists at the same time working for a party or a candidate, but the-- i mean, if she was implying, i've got to be honest, i don't know what she was saying, if she's implying you're in the tank, the only tank i can figure out you're in is in the bill o'reilly tank, you love bill o'reilly and. >> bill: the shark tank. >> and butt in the down-- you never saw bill o'reilly under the bus. >> bill: the question was fairly clear, as you defined. all right, you hire guys like begala and carville and karl rove, you're hiring a party, you're hiring the party guys, that's what they do and then when they come in they're looking at it it through the prism of the party and all of a sudden, this woman comes on a
mason and south florida, the patriots trail until sherrod wright took over. he had a team high 22 but his team could get no closer than two. george mason is beaten by south florida. >>> this one would never really be close. the ciewrgz took a -- cougars took a 17-point lead into the break, went on to beat virginia tech. the hokies open up acc play next saturday hosting maryland. >>> navy marched into at&t park for the fight hunger bowl against arizona state. the mid shipmen came in winners of seven out of their last eight games but their winning ways would end here. second quarter the 52-yard touchdown. arizona state led 34-7 at the break. they would pile it on in the second half. the sun devils go on to beat navy 62-28. >>> now to the pin stripe bowl at yankee stadium. syracuse and west virginia got into a pregame scrub. as for the actual game, west virginia got on the board in the 32-yard touchdown on a screen, but again that wouldn't be enough. syracuse goes on to win 38-14. >>> and of course all sports are being trumped in the d.c. region by the skins-cowboys match-up tonight.
to the constitution if mason was more cynical than adams? would you have the declaration of independence if jefferson was a cynic rather than someone -- [inaudible] would you have a constitution of medicine didn't care? all the nick of that stuff, you know? i have come to the point and i tell my law clerks, that i have been in the city doing these jobs now for half of my natural life. the only reasons to do them are the ideal things. it's always the things you believe in, the constitution of this country. i know that's not what to say in washington d.c. and you're supposed to say there's some angle, some methodology, this originalism, textualism. there are all these useless peripheral debates other than just doing our job as we can in trying to live up to our respective oaths, to make it all work. this is what we are talking about. in your book, that is what you are saying. you are saying we have the text but you also also have overhear this unwritten part. with all these things are happening over here to make it all work. no, that's not me. >> you mentioned both the declaration and the bill of right
, is noticeably above the mason-dixon line. it is doing much better. we know there are whole parts of the country where it's not good to be gay. >> it was so ground breaking for, you know, for a serious moment for president obama to come out on this even if he was shoved by joe because he breaks ground for so many different communities. you have the president saying this. that's huge. you have a person of color saying this. then you have a muslim coming out. we are not what you think. >> that's definitely true. >> it's not true that the president is muslim. >> i think, you know, like i want to celebrate all the victories but we know your audience agrees with the victories because they are terrible monsters. >> some of them. >> i want to say to mostly democrats watching, sorry, i think it's time we stop supporting any democrat who can't get on stage next to a homophobe and say you are ridiculous. they are saying it's going to ruin the sanctity of marriage. you are the only one that can ruin your marriage. they act like if gay people can marry in all the united states, there's going to be a farmer
snow and gusty winds in central portions of indiana. a mix of rain, sleet, and snow along the mason-dixon line. muhammad and brandi, back to you. >>> it's not just alabama we're talking about. tornadoes have touched down in other areas. parts of rural louisiana, mississippi. a lot of different areas in the south being hit with the severe weather. >> absolutely. we're not just talking about tornadoes. cleveland is bracing for a major blizzard. stores that were open there on christmas, started to empty out. salt trucks are ready for the storm. but this is no ordinary storm on its way later this morning. they're expecting nonstop snow for three hours or more to give you a sense of how severe this storm is going to be. >> hunker down. >>> and a series of avalanches in california's tahoe resort area has claimed a second life. veteran ski patroller bill foster was buried for about eight minutes after the intentionally started avalanche got out of hand. a snowboarder in a separate resort also died in an avalanche. the area got several inches of snow over the weekend, creating dangerous con
was described as an adult male. the shooting happened near fish finish at jefferson and mason. less than an hour later a 12- year-old boy and a man were shot near pier 23. the boy was hit in the foot and the man grazed in the hip. police say both suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. so far no arrests have been made. >> it's pretty cold. >> pretty cold is good here. it was awesome. hey, if the giants got a world series fans, i'm a huge fan. >> reporter: tens of thousands rang in the new year along the embarcadero to watch the 15- minute 5,000 fireworks show. but, of course, along with the new year's celebrations were a couple of people who couldn't keep their celebrations in check. police made 8 arrests for public intoxication and two arrested for misdemeanor. reporting live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> gunfire hit five people in old sacramento killing two. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show when the shots rang out in front of a restaurant on second street. the sports corner cafe. police say there was a fight at the restaurant just before the shooting. >> at f
fisherman's wharf at jefferson and mason. less than an hour later a 12- year-old boy and man were shot near pier 23. the boy was hit in the foot and a man got a graze wound to the hip. police say all victims suffered nonlife-threatening injuries and so far no arrests have been made. aside from those two incidents, it was clear skies and bright lights for partiers. tens of thousands rang in the new year in a safe and festive way. >> 2012 was a good year. it was awesome. the giants got a world series again. i'm a huge giants fan. >> reporter: now, some of those people staked out their spots hours before. all of them gathered along the embarcadero to watch the 15- minute 5,000 fireworks and effects show. the night went smoothly. san francisco police arrested 8 people for public intoxication and two for misdemeanor. live in of is, cate caugiran, cbs 5, live in san francisco. >>> a suspect in a double murder in sacramento is now in police custody. gunfire ran out on second street in old sacramento last night. police say before the shooting, there was an argument and then a fight. a bar patron an
. and being sucked up in the tornado. >> reporter: further east in the state, in stone county, theresa mason and her boyfriend took shelter from a tornado inside their truck. >> it started jerking us and spinning us. >> reporter: the same fast-moving storms brought blizzard conditions to parts of the country's midsection. causing a 21-vehicle pileup in oklahoma city. and the system is heading east, bringing with it treacherous conditions on the day after christmas, often a busy travel day. enough of a threat for some in cleveland to stock up on supplies. >> ready to go. >> i decided what we needed and go home. >> reporter: the storms are blamed for at least three deaths in texas, louisiana and oklahoma. live in new york, wendy gillette, abc news. muhammad and brandi, back to you. >> thanks, wendy. >>> here's a look ahead at the nation's weather. winter watches and warnings are in effect for almost half of the country. the northeast could see a rain/snow mix for the even commute before it turns all winter rain. wet from san francisco all the way to seattle. >> it is extremely cold in the midd
will be in the overnight. winter weather revised rates issued for the potomac highlands already, along the mason-dixon line, across much of west virginia. that is 2-4 to be expected there. you can really see the rain/snow caught off. very little cumulations expected east of the metro. we will see heavier amounts year in the range of 1-4 inches. you have to get to the mountains if you want anything more than that. maybe around an inch in d.c. just a fair amount of clouds expected today throughout the day. and then the system moving in late tonight into the morning. you will be waking up to snow. that is coinciding with a rain/snow line. we will likely see a mixed in d.c. roads will be fine by late in the day. , today, 39-43. cloudy skies tonight, snow developing overnight, 25-32 degrees. a mix on saturday morning, drying up late in the day. just breezy on sunday. looking good for the rest of the week ended to the new year. let's check on traffic with steve. >> we start with an accident northbound 95 in virginia at the occoquan river on the left side of the road, causing delays from the prince william parkwa
this morning." i'm norah o'donnell along with anthony mason. charlie and gayle are off. >>> no one in washington or in the country seems to be happy about that final outcome. >> late last night the house joined the senate in passing a bill that raises taxes for people earned more than $400,000 a year and families earned more than $450,000. the bill also extended long-term jobless benefits for a year and puts any significant spending cuts on hold until later in 2013. nancy cordes is on capitol hill. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anthony. well, if this was high school, you'd say they turned in the assignment a little bit late. it was kind of a rush job, but at least they got it done. the house passed the bill with room to spare late last night. the votes were about 2-1. democratic in favor of the bill. but that still qualifies as a big bipartisan victory around here. >> the ayes are 257, the nays are 167. >> reporter: with that vote, the long contentious effort to prevent a middle-class tax hike came to an end tuesday, though few on either side felt like celebrating
. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm norah o'donnell with anthony mason. as we wake up the deadline to the fiscal cliff is just 14 hours ai wa. there's no deal yet, but members of congress are heading back to capitol hill. first, breaking news on the condition of secretary of state hillary clinton. >> she's in a new york city hospital this morning being treated for a blood clot. doctors say it's related to a concussion that's kept her out of the office for the past three weeks. margaret brennan is in washington with the latest. margaret good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. secretary clinton is taking anti-coagulant to thin out the blood clot. doctors will monitor her for at least the next 48 hours. >> a warm welcome to the secretary of state. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clinton was admitted to new york presbyterian hospital on sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot during what was termed a follow-up exam to check on her recovery from a recent concussion. >> thank you very much. how are you? >> reporter: clinton's
. the terps won 11 in a row and that is the longest winning streak in a decade. george mason plays south florida tonight, american at 6th-ranked kansas. >>> meanwhile, losing to three of the last four games and out west facing byu15 secs into the game and hits the 3-point, later in the first half, left all alone and guess what? hits another 3-pointer and had 29 points in the first half and eddie with the offensive board and the putback and with that team high of 17 points. and with that rebound to davies and the foul, the career high, 42 points, virginia tech falls to byu, 97-71 and the hokies open up acc play next saturday, hosting maryland. >>> tonight, the wizards can win back-to-back games the first time since last april. early on, things didn't look good against the magic. nelson made four first-quarter 3-pointers and with that 25-8 lead. in the second quarter, rallying back from a 17-point deficit and off the rebound. the perfect alley-oop for the dunk and had 11. the wizards led by 3 at the half. in the second half, this time gives it to a cutting nene down the lane. two of his 23
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's also some self of the mason-dixon and i wondered if each one of you could take the edge admiral buchanan and the federal it may be on the mississippi first fleet to defend new orleans and then to defend memphis but if you would talk a little bit about the senior command of the confederate navy. >> buchanan was an old sea dog that joined the navy during the war of 1812. that wasn't unusual. he was still a teenager and that was pretty much difficult for the were found that he would join as a teenager and learn on the job, so she had been a naval officer for almost half a century by the time the civil war that broke out and we were talking about loyalty. here is a border state individually born in baltimore actually, but he grew up in pennsylvania which is clearly a northern state. his wife was from the eastern shore of maryland which is a very pro southern slave oriented economic culture so he did struggle the two sides and he was conflicted about what to do in terms of his loyalty. in 1861 there was a riot in the streets of baltimore said on the baltimore massacre. he assumed mar
. and this is and is making a movie. and the creator of tv musical mason announcement that has in singing with glee. elizabeth cooridan has the headlines. >> who could forget clintontarantino his new moviedjango unchanged top $50 million. >> you might be excited about aid lady gaga documentary. she will make a moviechronicling her life and our upcoming album. problem is expected to drop in 2013. >> brian murphy had an announcement. he and his cousin david miller welcome to their first child on christmas eve. logan phineas miller murphy. for hollywood minute i'm elizabeth coridan. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news at 5:00 a.m. former president george h. w. bush remains in a houston hospital this morning. we will have an update on his condition next. >> and toyota sells a massive lawsuit with car owners but it is not all bad news for the automaker. details straight ahead. >> plus, home prices are recovering from the price of rentals in many cities have spiked. we will tell you where to bay area cities lead on the top of 10th highest rental increase of 2012. as kron 4 morning news continues in two >> (male
. >> and the colleges in area, too, george mason, and we have prince georges county college, and nova. >> there is no question about that. as we see national pressure, states are also contributing less money than previously. my university is one that has seen contribution cuts over the past few years. you are seeing people have to do more with less. on the surface that sounds good, every organization should be as lean and efficient as possible, but the reality is you need dollars to do things, and if you don't have the dollars it will be much more difficult to do that which you intent to do. >> we have to take another break, and we will pick back up with you, maria, when we come back, and we will talk virginia >>> welcome back. looking ahead to 2013, maria, we are talking about striking a balance in the tough economic climate. >> i want the politicians to be aware that the families we serve are living literally paycheck to paycheck and sometimes borrowing paycheck to paycheck. and so you know, to really balance medicaid and to balance food stamps and to balance public housing, we need
state south of the mason-dixon line, that's the historic line dividing north and south in america, the first state south of that line to have legalized same-sex marriage. and this is the place that lent so much symbolism to it all, city hall here in baltimore. at just after midnight, several same-sex couples got married right here. baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings blake officiated at their ceremonies. some of them spoke to reporters. take a listen. >> jim and i met in 1977. and at that time, i just didn't really believe that gay people would ever see the day that they could marry. >> i'm very happy. this is as happy as i've ever been, and to be able to spend the rest of my life with bill, legally, and just show the gay communities, it can be done. >> reporter: now, maryland's governor martin o'malley went against several leaders of his own catholic faith, including the archbishop of baltimore, to push this through the state legislature. all in all, nine states in america, including the district of columbia, have now legalized same-sex marriage. president obama's home state of il
, down to the south, putting down rain. but farther north, north of the mason dixon line, it is all snow. and it will continue to snow. and sometimes we say snow makes snow. because if the ground is covered in snow, the air above it stays cooler. if the air is cooler, you have a chance of rain or snow, what will it be? you have this ripple effect, one thing after another effect and so more snow heading even into new york city for tomorrow night. now, there is rain now moving into new orleans here, baton rouge seeing very heavy rain, could get a little flooding here, some quick flooding, it will go away quickly. here across parts of mississippi, alabama, even into atlanta, rain coming in, and then along that line, right where the snow is now. don, would you believe, 65% of the u.s. right now is covered with some type of snow. inch or more. 65%. the most we could get at all last year was 45% in february. 48%. we're better than that. and really, you know, it is just starting. this is winter, just starting. the snow does move across the north anywhere from north of memphis right through evan
of the mason-dixon line. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. >> anxiety, dread, fear, what would happen january 1, 1863 when the emancipation proclamation was signed. many people spent three months those 100 days, begging the president, but do not do it, retract it. you still have time to step back. part of what i would like to do is tell you some of that story, the story that leads up to this moment as the nation waited for midnight, december 31. tonight, a look at the emancipation proclamation with author louis masur followed by other historians. part of four days of american history tv at 9:30 p.m. eastern on c-span3. >> i primarily watch the house and the senate. i used to worked in the senate. c-span is where you could find something really important. i even listen to c-span radio c inar sometimes. -- in my car sometimes. >> c-span, cratered by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your cable providers. >> "washington journal" continues. host: welcome back to "washington journal." you are waking up to a deal that was approved by the s
everything below the mason-dixon line. not new york. if you lived in tomorrow night what, elsewhere in the heartland you may think there is not part of the story. part of the chicago race right it use see a young black man who has been stoned to death after a 13 year-old boy has been murdered at a beach because he swam across the cochlea's color line. african-americans ended up homeless. but you describe the idyllic racially integrated hyde park now the home of the first family. bombs going off two years before? what is going on? >> guest: it is fascinating because phoebe phoebe, her great-grandmother lived in hyde park. that is a big deal. somebody recommended to me the chicago commission study of the race riot when i discovered the bombings to african-american moving into hyde park there was a campaign to move them out realized my goodness. >> it was not parlor conversation but propaganda. remarkable. i cannot remember how many that began before and continued after. it was a striking time. talking to her relatives i learned phoebe had to talk to cut there. the violence was sweepin
than 20,000 nasa contractor jobs at risk. that is the conclusion, and this is very new, of george mason in a study economist - we are releasing today. i will make certain that all members have a copy of this study. the report highlights the impact of nasa procurement spending reductions in 11 key states. texas would lose nearly 6000 nasa-related, highly skilled jobs as a result of sequestration. that is a $320 million impact to the state of texas. in conclusion, by focusing on investments and support of the 2010 act, the congress can insure the health of our space industrial base and a short our space program will remain second to none. i thank you for the opportunity to testify on behalf of the space industry. i look forward to your questions. >> thank you for your testimony. and for your accolades. i yield you another hour for your kind words. good testimony, and we thank you. doctor, i recognize you. >> mr. chairman and members of the committee, this for the opportunity to testify. i am from the mountains in switzerland. i am a professor of space science and aerospace engineering at
for the a.c.c. and s.e.c. and all of those teams south of the mason-dixon line. >>> former u.s. comptroller general dave walker. also chuck todd on how the white house views the fiscal cliff deal and the strategy for the debt ceiling fight now just a few weeks away. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. [ hudson ] at weight watchers when we look back at what our members have accomplished in the past 50 years, it's pretty amazing. ♪ i feel like i'm on top of the world right now ♪ ♪ on top of the world right now ♪ introducing a weight loss program 50 years in the making. ♪ and i feel like i'm standing 10 ft. tall ♪ built on the power of the human spirit. built for human nature, so you can expect amazing. introducing the new weight watchers 360 program. join for free and expect amazing. because it works. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and the streetsmart edge trading platform from charles schwab... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 gives me tools that help me find opportunities more easily. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 i can even access it from the cloud and trade on any compute
's about five or six different juices. we serve it in a mason jar with a little ice, and it's delicious. rebirth. >> pass it around. >> thank you. thank you. >> doesn't do any good sitting there. >> what are you making here? >> we're talking about pork. a beautiful pork loin. >> is this brined? >> it is brined. >> why do you brine? >> you brine a pork. you brine poultry, and for the very reason of keeping the moisture conat the particular time. you're plumping up the meat. it's going to sort of giver you a little bit of wiggle room when you sort of potentially overcook it. it stays moist. >> what is it? >> brining is a process of adding salt, yes. we do honey as well, and that gives a little sweetness with the pork, and i think it shows in the color here. when you add honey to it, it will give it a beautiful texture. we're going to add a little bit of more to our glaze. once we have brined it for eight, ten hours, we're going to add honey and whole grain mustard. we'll brush it in the beginning and get it roasted nice and -- higher heat in the beginning. then from there we're going to l
works well for massachusetts and new york. let's build on that. many of the bill of rights. george mason he gives u.s. virginia bill of rights. that's model for the federal bill of rights. abolition of slavery occurred in several states. and we have to study, you know, and make amendments. what has gone before us. we have the duty to the future, i think we danger it best when we actually are understanding or respectful of the past. that's part of the national archives is about. if i could just, on a personal note, tell you the story why i'm here. and justice thomas' presence needs no explanation. he's justice thomas. what the heck am i doing here? well, when i was 11 years old, i came to the national archives, and i got this document that is big, big verse of the emancipation proclamation, and it was edition of the emancipation proclamation. you can take a look at the 100th anniversary of september 1962 and the archives released that a special edition for kids like me. and i got my picture of maybe lincoln. i'm a lincoln man too. [laughter] you don't throw anything out. [laughter] >> i d
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